(Born; Versailles, 1769; Died; Paris, Sep 1802). Composer and pianist, Jadin hailed
from a musical background, studying with his father, and, by his early twenties, joining
his brother Louis in the employ of the Théâtre de Monsieur. His prowess at the keyboard
and compositional skills secured him a piano professorship at the forerunner of the Paris
Conservatoire by the age of 26. His musical works include 3 piano concertos, numerous
piano sonatas, chamber music and works inspired by the French Revolution.
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